Yield: 6 Servings
|8 \N||-(up to)|
|10 slices||White bread; crusts removed|
|2 tablespoons||Cream (the liquid type)|
|1 \N||Handful sultanas (golden raisins)|
|1 \N||Jar apricot jam|
|\N \N||Butter (no substitutes!)|
|1 \N||Vanilla pod (or use vanilla flavouring if you must)|
submitted by: dijcks@...
I'm enjoying this digest tremendously so it's about time i post a recipe. I made this pudding for friends last Friday; as hot puddings are unknown here, they looked rather puzzled at first but they all loved it! I our family we also call it "old men's pudding" as you don't need teeth for this :-} Groetjes from Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Stephanie "A dish without at least one cat hair is not home made". From the Dorcester Hotel.
Preheat oven to 180/350. Combine milk and cream in a small saucepan add vanilla pod (cut open lengthwise). Steep on low fire for 10-15 minutes.
Remove pod, scrape out black seeds and put in milk. When mixture has cooled, beat in eggs and a pinch of salt.
Spread bread with butter on both sides. Spread jam on both sides. Put a layer of bread in a greased oven dish. Sprinkle half the sugar over it, add the sultanas. Cover with second layer of bread. Add second half of sugar. Pour milk-cream-vanilla-egg mixture on top. Bake for 45 minutes until golden brown. Serve with powdered sugar. Serves 5-6.
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